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Written by Yasheaka Oakley
The SEPTA bus runs directly through campus and has two stops on campus grounds. Bus schedules are available at the front desk of each dormitory as well as online, so students can easily travel within the surrounding area or go to and from nearby Philadelphia. Many students use the bus to get to jobs in the surrounding area, especially at one of the many shopping plazas on Baltimore Pike. It is also easy to use the bus as a means of getting to greater transportation in Philly, like the train or the airport (if you live out of state).
If you wish to operate on your own schedule, it is recommended to bring your own vehicle. Due to the bus, many students work in the immediate area, so anyone wishing to work farther out should have their own means of transportation. There are two other towns in the area, each with their own colleges, so a car is the best means of maintaining a job in such a competitive area.
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